I was able to mount a truenas share to a CT (tnas).
the only difference is my truenas share is open (no pw).
root@tnas:~# mount -t cifs //truenas/share /root/here
Password for root@//truenas/share:
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
//truenas/share 22561792536 94626227 22467166309 1% /root/here
I created a privileged container, installed cifs-utils, and ran the mount command. it worked immediately. no changes to the TrueNAS share at all. I guess this means it’s not possible with an unprivileged container… or if it is possible, I haven’t figured it out
one more question for you if you don’t mind… once mounted, are you able to write to the share? meaning, in plex if you select the mounted share as a library and you attempt to record a show to the library, does it work?
Plex keeps telling me ‘no write access to destination’ which I’m sure is a permissions thing but I’ve chmod 777 for that directory and have the ACL’s in truenas open.
Once mounted, I could smb to the share and write but I still couldn’t record from plex. I created a user and group in truenas called ‘plex’ with uid:gid 998 (which matched the user running the service on the plex server. I gave that user/group permissions the share in truenas. Then I created a new user in plex web called ‘plex’. Once I did all of that, I can now record